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A childish treble note that sounds in my ears freshly; not song, if you will, but a child’s voice

[As usual, dots between square brackets indicate cuts made by Sidney Colvin. For full, correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 5, 1403.] To Edmund Gosse [Colvin 1911, 2, pp. 269-272] Bonallie Tower, Bournemouth, March 12, 1885 My … Continue reading

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A long-shore story

W.E. Henley had written praising ‘The Merry Men’ and made some criticisms about the story as drafted in MS. [Dots between square brackets indicate cuts made by Sidney Colvin. For full, correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew … Continue reading

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I shall make an article of it some day soon

Fontainebleau is the paper called Forest Notes which appeared in the Cornhill Magazine, edited by Sir Leslie Stephen, in May 1876 (and then reprinted in Essays of Travel). The Winter’s Walk, one of the most charming of RLS’s essays, was … Continue reading

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